Economic Progress

There's a gap between what experts say and what we see around us. Can we close it?

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It's easier to measure outcomes than the factors that contributed to producing those outcomes. Image: REUTERS/David Moir

Joseph E. Stiglitz
Professor, Columbia University
Martine Durand
Director of Statistics and Chief Statistician, OECD
Jean-Paul Fitoussi
Professor Emeritus of Economics, Sciences-Po
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